31 January 2015

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Luc Tuymans Explores Domesticity, Re-photography, And Scottish Enlightenment

The influential artist Luc Tuymans is back at David Zwirner, which is presenting an exhibition of the artist’s latest paintings, on view at the London gallery, which Tuymans inaugurated in October 2012 with the exhibition ‘Allo!’. This new exhibition ‘The Shore’ includes work that the artist specifically made for the space. Tuymans is known for […]

30 January 2015

Luc Tuymans: The Shore At David Zwirner – Cannibals, Executions, And Wallpaper

David Zwirner presents an exhibition of new paintings by Luc Tuymans, on view at the London gallery, which Tuymans inaugurated in October 2012 with the exhibition ‘Allo!’. This new exhibition ‘The Shore’ includes work that the artist specifically made for this space. The artist is known for his light washed out canvases, handled with Tuymans’s […]

9 December 2014

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Richard Prince’s Secret Retreat To Be Opened To The Public

Like Donald Judd, who famously housed his art in store-fronts around rural Marfa, Texas, Richard Prince has been reconfiguring his own surroundings for nearly two decades. The 65-year-old artist – who is well-known for his invention of ‘Re-Photography’ and the appropriation of images across American culture and pre-existing media – moved into a farmhouse over […]

21 September 2014

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Richard Prince ‘Steals’ Celebrity Instagrams for Gagosian Sale

In an artworld that has recently seen explicit images of Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence [almost] heading to a gallery near you; prominent American artist Richard Prince – the master of appropriation – is already known for using Instagram as a site for finding and ‘Re-locating’ his celebrity appropriations – and lately; for being kicked off […]